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Jacksonville manager Andy Barkett leads the charge in benches-clearing, baseball-throwing brawl

HOUSTON -- For your viewing pleasure, a video of last night's brawl in Jacksonville between the Suns and Birmingham Barons. It's a good one. Suns manager Andy Barkett turned in a top performance, going into a baseball-throwing tizzy after being ejected by umpires.

Check it out for yourself:

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hayu

I really wanted to see that melee but couldn't get the video to play. I can get the commercial but the brawl itself never came up. I'm a dunce with these things. Anybody have any suggestions?

hayu

I finally got the thing to play. It was worth the wait. Man, there was blood flying everywhere.

Lou Vales

Hayu, My suggestion is, don't waste your time.

hayu

Lou...You don't like watching grown men make fools of themselves? I loved the fact that just when you think everything has settled down, that's when the action really starts. It's like the Jerry Springer Show minus Jerry Springer. I doesn't get any better than that.

hayu

Meant to say, "It doesn't get any better etc."

Dionysus Thelxinoe

I've seen better brawls in a seniors care center.

Officer Krupke

The cop at 9:10 on the video had the most sensible reaction to this kiddie testosterone folly.

hayu

DT...Maybe you have, but I don't live in a senior care center, so this seemed pretty exciting to me.

lex

Krupke,
If he had a pillow, he could have fallen asleep.

LeRoy

Krupke....he was thinking about doughnuts and when he could start collecting his pension.

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